tv DW News - News Deutsche Welle January 30, 2019 5:00am-5:02am CET
i think. this is a chance because justice is about the truth. truth detectives starts a venue where we fifteen on t.w. . the. british lawmakers have voted to try to renegotiate the country's divorce deal from the e.u. the house of commons voted narrowly to seek to replace a contentious agreement to maintain a checkpoint free border between arland and northern ireland the e.u. has insisted the current withdrawal deal is not up for renegotiation. venezuela's supreme court has barred opposition leader why don't from leaving the country the court which is aligned with president nicolas maduro has also approved
a preliminary investigation against why go and frozen his assets quite zero is head of the opposition controlled national assembly he declared himself the nation's rightful president last week. germany's parliament has issued a damning report on the state of the country's military the annual assessment said less than half the country's fighter jets and none of its submarines were combat ready in twenty eighteen it also warned immediate action was needed to address chronic equipment and personnel shortages. in the united states tens of millions have been shivering and made one of the worst cold snaps in decades temperatures have plummeted to monday's thirty degrees celsius in several northern states officials are warning people to stay indoors citing a heightened risk of frostbite at least four deaths have been blamed on the cold weather so far. the united kingdom is supposed to leave the european union exactly two months from today for exit so why in the world after two years of
negotiations are british lawmakers still debating what brags it should be tonight who will have the final say over the world's biggest ever political economic divorce britain is sending bricks it to brussels again and brussels says rex it return to sender i'm burnt off in berlin this is the day. i never stop typing for britain but the odds of success become a problem if this house times one i find that the obstacle to a solution is the prime minister today we need to.